But certainly not everyone on Twitter stood in support of the teaser.
"What a horrifying advert," Twitter user David James Holloway tweeted flatly.
It's just the latest in a swell of controversy surrounding The Great British Bake Off -- the popular baking show from across the pond about amateur bakers vying for sweet culinary excellence. It was a huge deal when it was announced that longtime hosts, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins ("Mel and Sue" for short), would leave the show following its move to Channel 4 from its original home at the BBC. One of the show's judges, Mary Berry, also declined the move and left the show, leaving three of its four lead roles empty. More fans cried out when their replacements were announced, of course, while the BBC moved on, giving the former hosts new shows.